Friday, May 19, 2017
The Baker's Daughter by Sarah McCoy, 295 pages
Most World War II related books I read tell the story of the Holocaust or life in England during the war. This told the story from the perspective of Germans and their lives under Nazi propaganda and rule. It also had a nice juxtaposition dealing with modern life and illegal immigration in America. When do we get passes for how we treat people? This is a book club book for the library this year and I am looking forward to our discussion.